Collabora, CodiMD and OnlyOffice: Simultaneously edit documents to foster scientific collaboration in real-time
Real-time scientific collaboration on documents among researchers plays a crucial role in advancing knowledge and accelerating scientific progress.
By enabling researchers to collaborate simultaneously on the same document, regardless of their geographical location, real-time collaboration fosters seamless communication, idea sharing, and knowledge exchange.
It promotes interdisciplinary collaboration, allowing experts from different fields to contribute their expertise and perspectives, leading to more comprehensive and robust research outcomes.
Guido Aben (Senior International Strategy Officer at SUNET and involved in CS3MESH4EOSC project), who was in Tirana and one of the presenters, provided an overview of the outcomes of the session in the blogpost provided below, where he recaps the topics discussed during the session.
Exemplary Digital Services Enabling Open Science: CS3MESH4EOSC listed a contributor to the development and implementation of the EOSC
CS3MESH4EOSC was mentioned as a H2020 project that is contributiong to the development and implementation of the European Open Science Cloud (EOSC). CS3MESH4EOSC joined the projects Cos4Cloud and TRIPLE under the EU Horizon Results Booster, an initiative that enables the these projects to achieve a higher societal impact. These three projects are mentioned in the "Exemplary Digital Services Enabling
Sciebo RDS: Streamlining Research Data Management and Promoting FAIR Data Principles in Sync and Share Systems
Managing research data can be a daunting task, especially when multiple people are involved, and data is spread across different systems.
In fact, as researchers increasingly rely on Sync and Share systems to store and collaborate on data, the need for seamless integration with research data management systems has become more apparent.
In today's world, scientific collaborations rely heavily on data management to achieve their research goals.
The volume of data generated by scientific instruments is growing exponentially and is presenting new challenges for scientific collaborations in terms of organising, managing, storing and accessing this data.
These data sets are often distributed across multiple data centres at various locations belonging to different organizations and administrative domains, leading to a complex data management process that can be time-consuming and resource-intensive.
Collaborative Documents | Simultaneously edit documents in safe European cloud environments - 4th Podcast with Holger Angenent from CS3MESH4EOSC and University of Munster
CS3MESH4EOSC is kicking off its 4th Podcast episode: “Collaborative Documents | Simultaneously edit documents in safe European cloud environments - 4th Podcast with Holger Angenent from CS3MESH4EOSC and University of Munster”.
On-Demand Data Transfers | Smooth Remote High-speed transfer of data - 3rd Podcast with Ron Trompert from CS3MESH4EOSC and SURF
CS3MESH4EOSC is kicking off its 3rd Podcast episode: “On-Demand Data Transfers | Smooth Remote High-speed transfer of data”. This episode is focused on the “On-Demand Data Transfer”, one of the main categories of services of the Science Mesh.
CS3MESH4EOSC joined the first International Conference on FAIR Digital Objects (FDO2022) in October as Juri Hößelbarth, Software Developer at WWU Münster and Work Task Leader in CS3MESH4EOSC presented a poster titled “The use of FDOs for a democratised approach to FAIRness”.
We had a chat with Hugo Gonzalez, Technical Work Package Leader in CS3MESh4EOSC, to understand better his role in the project, the chosen technology the consortium is working on and the improvements planned for the best result.